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lucky777

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OK, so i'm using IE and everyone knows how when your typing in a url it shows websites that it thinks your going to and you just have to click on it to go there. It is just something that really annoys me when it keeps popping up with websites. I was wondering if anyone knows a way to clear the websites or to just stop it from popping up for that matter.
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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Control Panel>Internet Options>Content..

Click on Autocomplete.. Now remove the checkmarks from all area.. Click on Clear Forms and Clear Passwords..

Apply and okay out..

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excuse the lack of computing knowledge, but could someone tell us how i could remove a particular web address from my address bar.
online poker. wife back in three days. knife, testicles. dustbin. i really hope someone can help...
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Howdy:

biardar: You would be better served starting your own thread rather than hijacking someone else's.. Fixes could become confusing otherwise!!

Disable autocplete as clean the forms and passwords..

Then, clean out your History, temp and temp internet folders..

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